Mental Health Clinician - South Morang

Location: South Morang
Discipline: Social and Community Care
Salary: $88406 to $88406
Contact name: Aaron Byrne

Contact email:
Job ref: 652
Published: 6 months ago
On Offer:
  • Excellent salary: $88,406 - $98,899, + Super + Salary Packaging
  • Permanent Full-Time or Part-Time 0.8 FTE
  • Internal & Clinical Supervision
  • Focus on Professional Development and Up Skilling
  • Generous Leave Entitlements
  • Novated Leasing Arrangements
  • Career progression opportunities in VIC, QLD, NSW and ACT
  • Employment Assistance Program

The role:

The Mental Health Clinician plays a pivotal role in delivering high-quality mental health services to individuals in crisis. In this position, you will be required to possess a unique blend of clinical expertise, compassion, and collaborative skills to provide comprehensive care. Working within a multidisciplinary framework, will engage consumers with a strengths-based approach, building trusting relationships while conducting thorough assessments and developing tailored care plans. The primary objective is to minimize the risk of relapse following discharge, ensuring lasting improvements in mental health outcomes.

This role emphasizes holistic care, considering the needs of consumers, their families, carers, and the broader community. You will be expected to adhere to strict workplace health and safety protocols to ensure safe practices. A person-centred approach guides every intervention throughout the consumer's journey, with a strong emphasis on teamwork to support integrated mental health service delivery.

Your role actively encourages consumer and carer participation and leadership within the service, fostering an environment where feedback is valued and utilized for continuous improvement. You will be responsible for collecting service data to evaluate outcomes and contribute to service development efforts. You will also maintain essential partnerships with public and private mental health services and other stakeholders, facilitating positive outcomes and operational efficiency.

In summary, your role is vital in the pursuit of optimal mental health outcomes for individuals in crisis. It requires a commitment to compassionate care, adherence to safety protocols, and active collaboration with consumers, families, and community partners. Through a person-centred and holistic approach, you will drive service excellence, always striving for the well-being and recovery of those accessing the service.

Essential Criteria
  • Tertiary degree in Psychology, Mental Health Nursing, Social Work, or Occupational Therapy
  • Registration with AHPRA or AASW
  • Current driving license and access to fully insured car
  • Current Police Check and WWCC
For a confidential discussion about this role, please call Aaron on 0414374383 or send your resume to: